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Ian King, Author

In his book, Appetite for Definition, Ian King tackles a subject that inspires division and discord among listeners: rock genres.

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J.K. Crowe

JK Crowe's understated new EP, Buried, is a welcome surprise for the listener.

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Luluc

Zoe Randell opens up about her creative process and the marriage of discipline and mystery.

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Ruby Boots

Bex Chilcott discusses bravery, fear and the decision to move to America.

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Tall Heights

The Boston duo has been proven time and again and they're all the better for it.

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Kllo - "Candid"

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"Candid"

Kllo's new single is further proof of their sonic genius

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Low - Double Negative

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Double Negative

Low have proven themselves to be anything but trapped on Double Negative. A late-career reinvention brings their heaviest record yet

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Deaf Havana - Rituals

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Rituals

Angsty, vibrant, and deeply religious, the Deaf Havana's Rituals will leave listeners singing refrains and pondering deep themes.

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Gregory Alan Isakov

Isakov talks about getting nervous before shows, taking time to garden and his sustainable approach to songwriting.

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Good Old War

The Philly folk-pop trio opens up about earnest music, their new EPs and losing track of tiem.

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Liz Vice

The spiritual songstress wrestles with her calling and place in the music business.

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Greg Laswell

Laswell's vulnerability in dealing so openly with dashed expectations and personal tragedy on 'Next Time' is a musical gift.

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Dizzy

Canadian dream pop band Dizzy waited three long years to release their debut LP, Baby Teeth. But it is worth the wait.

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Milo Greene

The band's music has felt magical from the beginning, but their third album shows what they can truly do.

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